Blog Posts - Making Decisions



Forgotten Photo Day -- Choices

 New post at LemonSugarLyme for those interested.Rain coming. That nearly always means migraine. But the hole in the clouds...I get to choose if it closes in with darkness or expands into light.(Picture taken out my front door some years ago.)...
by Pretty Things on Feb 2, 2016

Money Lessons to Learn From Kim Kardashian

It seems as though Kim Kardashian is in the spotlight all of the time. However, it isn’t always for something good. Either way, there are a few lessons to be taken from a woman who made herself a millionaire from practically nothing. The woman...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 28, 2016

How To Improve Your Decision Making Skills

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by Mother 2 Mother on Jun 27, 2015

Signs of Personal Growth

*This post contains affiliate links. Part of being a leader in health, fitness and self-empowerment is being a part of the process of simply observing people as they grow and change over time. Yes, we the leaders hope that we will provide some wisdom...

Gavel, Making decisions with friends will never be the same

Which restaurant is a better for a first date? Which movie should I watch on Netflix tonight? Which outfit should I wear to my job interview? Which pair of glasses should I buy? Which sneakers should I wear for tonight's game? For the past year, we h...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Feb 27, 2015

Vaccinate – Diseases Don’t Care About Your Beliefs

First I want to state this is not for parents of children who are already dealing with serious health issues. But every parent ought to take a moment and think it through. Second – Your child and whether or not they are vaccinated is not just abo...

The One Question That Will Help You Make Better Decisions with Money

In a recent podcast I was listening to, Andy Stanley talked about making better decisions. He proposed one question that can be the “centerpiece to all of your decision making into the future.” And after the podcast, I not only agreed with him, b...
by Financegirl on Jan 28, 2015

Simply a Letter To You

I want you to know you are capable. Of becoming, being and achieving whatever you decide to do and be. That you already have the knowledge, strength, and experience, just as you are, to start taking those first few steps towards who you are meant to...

Be More Than Simply Grateful

A person can have a wonderful, positive, pleasant attitude 24/7. I have yet to meet such an individual but I am sure somewhere in the billions of people on this planet, a few surely exist. Regardless of what circumstances and environment and relation...

Taking the First Step

  Some say that taking the first step of a big feat is courageous and heroic. This is false. This is what comes from those who simply will not decide to make decisions and take action in their lives. For the truth of the matter is, the courage...

Encore Episode: When Do You Let a Dream Die?

In Resurrection Year I shared how Merryn and I brought our dream of having a family to an end. But one major question remains: When do you know it's time to let a dream die? That's what I share in this 'encore' episode of More Than This - one of my m...
by Sheridan Voysey on Oct 22, 2014

To You

I want you to know you are capable. Of becoming, being and achieving whatever you decide to do and be. That you already have the knowledge, strength, and experience, just as you are, to start taking those first few steps towards who you are meant to...

Picking Winners

Making decisions in times of rapid change Why do managed funds invariably underperform the stock market? Even hedge funds – allegedly run by the smartest people in the room – have pretty poor performance. Despite rigorous analysis, thei...
by Recharge on Oct 6, 2014

Does Difficult Decision Making And Anxiety Go Hand In Hand?

Anxiety brings with it many faces, but i’m sure you knew that already from experience. One of the most annoying symptoms of anxiety is the inability to properly make a decision. To have a mind clear enough to decide right then and there whether...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 19, 2014

Arch-nemesis, Pri- Madonna's and lessons learned.

Have you ever asked yourself, what lessons have I learned from life so far? I know I have. And for the most part after looking at the big picture, I know I have learned many things from life. For everything and anything I ever did, there was some sor...
by My Meddling Mind on May 28, 2014

Inspirational Quotes: Do You Stand By Your Decisions

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by Mother 2 Mother on May 18, 2014

033 When Do You Let a Dream Die?

In Resurrection Year I shared how Merryn and I brought our dream of having a family to an end. Since then I've even advised people that giving up a dream can be important for their healing. But one major question remains, one I’ve been reluctant to...
by Sheridan Voysey on Mar 25, 2014

Agonizing Decisions that Take Us Nowhere

Sometimes the most agonizing decisions — decisions that are supposed to take us in a new direction — end up taking us nowhere at all, and we wonder why the decision was so difficult. As I mentioned before, a friend talked me into join...
by Bertram's Blog on Dec 19, 2013

Friendly Drama

Well I had another day with my bestie Salene it was good for the most part c: but Abbie called today and was just bragging about a new dress she got and she wanted to come over and show it to me. That idea wasn’t so bored I just didn’t wa...
by Living Day By Day on Jun 2, 2013

Title: Beware of Gimmicks of Student Loan Consolidating Plans

Source: http://financeequityloans.com Category: student loans Article body: It doesn’t hurt to be prudent and when your finances are involved, it makes perfect sense to be extra careful when making decisions. Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on May 10, 2013


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